In an unusual lawsuit that raises questions of how far the attorney-client privilege extends, the Board of Trustees of Florida Gulf Coast University has sued its former general counsel to prevent her lawsuit against them from continuing.

Claiming attorney Wendy Morris is violating attorney-client privilege with her suit, the trustees are seeking an emergency injunction and a jury trial to prevent her from “leaking” confidential information about the Fort Myers, Fla.-based university.

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